Do you play music for your clients on-hold? What music are you using? If you’re not careful, you could get yourself or your business caught up in a lawsuit. What most people don’t know is that when a business plays music on-hold, it is legally considered a “public performance”.
A common mistake of business owners is to assume that they can safely play A CD that they own, or stream from the radio. However, this is NOT true. Because it is a public performance, the business must have rights to the track or permission from the copyright owner. So how can this be easily avoided? By using royalty-free music. Royalty-free libraries like 909 Music allow you to pay a one-time fee and use the track as a copyright owner, forever. 909 also has a huge selection that is sure to please any market! Keep your customers happy while they are on hold.
909's website is www (dot) 909music (dot) com